False Statements | Patricia Arango, Denise Bailey, Docx, Lender Processing Services, Liquenda Allotey, Litton Loan Servicing, Cheryl Samons, Shapiro and Fishman, David Stern, Marshall Watson

False Statements

Patricia Arango
Denise Bailey
Docx, LLC
Lender Processing Services
Liquenda Allotey
Litton Loan Servicing
Cheryl Samons
Shapiro and Fishman, LLP
David Stern
Marshall Watson

Action Date: October 25, 2011
Location: West Palm Beach, FL

JUST IN TIME FOR HALLOWEEN…

Some attorneys general might want to investigate the strange phenomenon of signatures missing from filed mortgage documents.

The problem of disappearing signatures first appeared on mortgage documents prepared by Docx, LLC.

The signatures of “MERS officers” Linda Green, Tywanna Thomas and Linda Thoresen were missing from documents filed in official county records, but the blank lines/missing signatures were nonetheless witnessed and notarized.

Next, the witnessed and notarized blank line was found on mortgage documents that were supposed to have been signed by Cheryl Samons, the office manager of the Law Offices of David Stern.

Then, from the Law Offices of Marshall Watson, came the notarized and witnessed blank line where the signature of staff attorney Patricia Arango was supposed to have appeared.

Now, from the Minnesota office of Lender Processing Services, there is the blank line where the signature of Liquenda Allotey was supposed to have been written, with the blank line “signature”
witnessed by LPS employees Laura Miller and James C. Morris and notarized by James A. Chua (Palm Beach County official records Book 23062 Page 0179). This document was prepared by the Law Offices of Marshall Watson.

Finally, from Litton Loan Servicing in Harris County, Texas, comes the blank line where the signature of Denise Bailey was supposed to have been written, with the blank line notarized by Texas notary Brenda McKinzy (Palm Beach County official records Book 23063, Page 0142). This document was prepared by the Florida law firm, Shapiro & Fishman, LLP.

Law officers investigating these fraudulent documents have also mysteriously disappeared.

Lynn

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3 Responses to “False Statements | Patricia Arango, Denise Bailey, Docx, Lender Processing Services, Liquenda Allotey, Litton Loan Servicing, Cheryl Samons, Shapiro and Fishman, David Stern, Marshall Watson”
  1. PL says:

    Did the original documents contain signatures that have been redacted? Or were the originals filed without signatures although notarized?

    • Hell No - No More Bleeping Bankster Bailouts says:

      @PL

      The notarized documents were BLANK in the area provided for the signer. The name of the intended signer is always typed or stamped on the documents. What has been found in each of these cases are documents that were so rushed through the process, that the ‘signer’ or even a ‘proxy-signer’ put any signature on them.

      The problem is that ALL of them were then NOTARIZED and WITNESSED as being duly signed in front of the witness/notary.

      Bottom line answer to your question: The signature NEVER was present yet the supposed signature was notarized.

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